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Fred Harris, pictured in 2016, is the last surviving member of the Kerner commission. Their report openly discussed racism in the U.S. in a way that sent shockwaves through the country. Morgan Lee/AP hide caption

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The Kerner Commission's Last Living Member Says We Still Need To Talk About Racism

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For a wild northern river like Quebec Brook in New York's Adirondack Mountains you need a small, light canoe that's easy to carry. Brian Mann/NPR hide caption

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A Reporter Finds Peace And Quiet On A Wild Adirondack River

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Anthony Hamilton performs on Sept. 16 in New York City. Love Is The New Black is his first full length album in five years. Theo Wargo/Getty Images hide caption

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Anthony Hamilton On Being Vulnerable And His New Album 'Love Is The New Black'

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